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Tag Archives: Humor
I have a confession to make. I like to spread rumors and urban legends about Disney theme parks. The closer to the edge of implausible the better. Did you hear that the Mickey and Friends parking garage at Disneyland is … Continue reading
Disney Lies is a fan site I’ve kept my eye on over the years because of its fun concept. It’s almost all 100% malarkey. Figuring out what, if any, of it is true, is part of the fun. Dominick, who … Continue reading
What happens when Frozen’s Elsa decides she’s tired of being a damsel in distress needing saving by a man? This parody video starring many of your favorite Disney Princesses tries to answer that question. The song is “I Don’t Need … Continue reading
Musician Drake hosted the January 18, 2014 episode of Saturday Night Live, and one of the sketches was set at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Drake played an enthusiastic cast member at the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular, who meets an audience volunteer … Continue reading
And now for a dose of feline cuteness… Disney’s The Lion King retold using kittens. That kitten just can’t wait to be king. I liked “The Lion King for Dummies” book, nice touch. Which was your favorite moment?